Neglected topics in the treatment of chronic pain patients — relapse, noncompliance, and adherence enhancement

@article{Turk1991NeglectedTI,
  title={Neglected topics in the treatment of chronic pain patients — relapse, noncompliance, and adherence enhancement},
  author={Dennis C. Turk and Thomas E. Rudy},
  journal={Pain},
  year={1991},
  volume={44},
  pages={5-28}
}
Although published treatment outcome studies for chronic pain have provided favorable support for the efficacy of many pain clinics and the use of specific modalities such as biofeedback and relaxation, there are several factors that mitigate against euphoria. Two related factors that influence interpretation of these reported outcomes are discussed, namely, noncompliance with therapeutic recommendations during treatment and subsequent to treatment termination, and relapse. Conceptual and… CONTINUE READING

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